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.yipl'lONE 7H); NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION. ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 19.40 SEVEN, Continued from Page O n e ) ‘ 'N a tional ~ ■t .mb oi th e U n k n o w n T h a t n i g h t th e C o it­ al Library, one of th e uni toil buildings in the be visited. m o rning the Seniors ©•end th e Washington© ,r.» and see the m a k ing m oney an d p o s ta g e ’ at tlie B u reau o f E n ­ i n the aftern o o n a! ©,.;p will be .made to the© C h u rch of 'th e Holy •,. Franciscan M o n a s tery ' © t St. Sepuiclire and to s. Naval’ ’ Academ y at© Speed Work to End Session im - 1 d: ’: ’.du •’ l.U 1 ; im©: :.*! 1 M--. o V w : irty will, leave W a s h ing- • home Tuesday, M a rch 7-45 a. in. an d a r r iv e in. -© 5©:45 o ’c lock th a t ci. X, wart:- Seniors m aking, the am im 'Jii trip, according, to .•.n.ciiient by Mr. W oeifel, (.,©;. fo'iows: M a r g a r e t H o l- id. :K.:mbeth D e P a u w , G e r - 'P.'wn-ettd.' W m ifr'ed M adeline E v a n s, Evelyn rDcw. Edna Com p son,.M ildred Her. Vera Dorn, M ildred De nd.:. Verna Henkel, M a rian ttC 'i: Mary Jan e Brooks, ©ce Ai'kerson, 'C h ristine T o r - K ©t'lerine C h a m b e rs, Eileen u.ard- r i ’v Follette, Irene ©Ketcham, v Van Huben, M a rilyn Ak- Beckons, T h e lm a rcei. Ethel M c G o v e rn, D o ro- U.ividson, B e tty Ridley, are Vary, B e tty N p n Bur-* Helen Taylor, H a r r ie t t vf ’i Ja n e Hodgson, G e r - . P-triM, Irene B e d e tte, Garlock. F rances De Raida Dedonienico, De.lohn. M a r g a r e t 'x,o- ■, Vander,brook, C a rl It an Bloom, G e rald I! Hold Tank, '‘H a rold George T u r n e r , John) .. Nelson D u rfee, G ilbert Pan! O’Conhell, R o b e rt Donald Lee. Br,uce <■ Robert H e a th. ©Ralph K'-eneth D e lan e y . R ich- ■■ George Q u inlin. (lav Robert Pulver. © V-■! . Cam p - - By HARRY L. AyERIRL W ayne County A ssem b lym a n Albany — S tanding, beh in d th e i r guns and© b a c k in g up th e : C e nt o t e r y ©huts— amctunting-— t o -$5,624r,00Q‘ th a t they h a d m a d e in t h e Gov­ ern o r ’s: bu d g e t, th e R e p u b lican legislature p a s s e d th e i r own budget in b o th th e S e n a te an d Assembly la s t Week by exactiy the sam e v o te t h a t th e leaders' of both© h o u s e s ©had predicted. T h e budge.t hills an d th e ap­ propriation bills w ere all ready for action oh T h u r s d a y , a n d it •was planned to pass them in the Assembly first a n d th e n send them over to the S e n a te, and there Was no t a slip u p in these -plans anyw h e re, even to the num b e r o f votes t h e ©bills wojtld receive. T h e D e m o c rats p u t all- th e ir forces t o w o rk .against, tlie, passage p i th e R e p u b lican bu d ­ get in th e Assembly, and. they b a ttled th e r e for over fqur hours. T h e ' G o v e rnor’s m e n could p o t w a v er a single m a p .however, and the final passage of t h e budget show ed’ th a t 79 -Republicans rem a ined, loyal to th e ir pledge for, econom y . Besides tlie b u d g e t w rangle th e 'D e m o c r a t s offered several 'am e n d m e n ts, am o n g th e m being one suggested© by th e G o v e rnor w h ich w o u ld cu t o u t the sta t e aid for com ity an d tow n roads so th a t som e pf th e o t h e r sug© ©r.r. .<■© lington H o tel pn T u e s d a y .ai)d ©j W ednesday, an d representatives© ©from m q s t every d u b hi \the st.atd- w e re in. atten d a n c e . T h e W a y n e C o u n ty .club. WAS©, repre­ sen ted b y th e following::' Mr. and Mrs. M erie C u n n ingham of- So­ dus, G e rm a ine Seeiye, E r n e s t Sym.es, N e t ti e . F redrickson an d Ja c k V a n Dusen. Session op S a turday ' i n order ©to tak e action oil sotoe of- th e - im p o r ta n t m e a s u res th a t, h a d b e e n rep o rted by soine of th e com m ittees late 011 W ed­ nesday, the Assembly an d ©the S e n a te bpth held sessions S a t u r ­ day so these bills could be ad- © Vanced for final passage T u e s - -'day. S a tu r d a y sessions o f eith e r house are no t very frequeiit, buL th e Iqacjens ar.e doing every­ th in g po iiib le’ to keep th e w o rk going s o ' t h a t a n .adjournm e n t m a y com a before A p ril 1. O n W ednesday,, M a rch 13, a Jo in t H e a ring is slated on all bills th a t have been introduced hi e it h e r ©the S e n a te o r Assem­ bly. 'relative to m o rtgage m o r a ­ torium s and. deficiency judg­ m e n ts, an d judging from all early itifojmiaUfth, th e r e will -be m a n y people prespht. T h e h e a r ­ ing will' b e h e l d . i n ’t h e Assembly. C larence' Syron, -one of the m e m b e rs of th e iBoard of Elec­ tions o f W a y n e C o u n ty w a s iii s M o o s e H o n o r (C o n tinued from P a g e O n e ) W ilbur E a t^ii o f W iilianison’k. C lasu B cham p s , and, C o a c h F r e m o n t S. P o w e rs a n d C a p t. Ja'ck M a r s h a ll o f N o rth Rose, C lass C w inners— a il'in.basket-© ball. Lyons a iid W illiam son - w ill J also be rep resen ted by th e ir baseb a ll cap tain s and P a lm y r a by C o a c h Vic 'Hill an d the Cap­ tain. of its -county cham p ion tra c k team,. T ickets to th e 'oanq.uet axe be­ in g sold ©by m e m b e rs o f t h e V a r­ sity Club a n d H i-Y Club©, co- sponsors of t h e dffair. T h e din ­ n e r will s t a r t a t 6:30. p . 111 ., fol­ low ed toy th e program . T h o se w h o will be aw a rded B loek-N lette r s i n the four var­ sity sp o r t s a r e : F o o tball , B ruce Bab'poek, Iv a n Bloom Joe B p i p a f i t e , Joe (o laein o , W a lton C reque, ©Ralph D e J o h u , K e n n e th. ©DeLaney,‘A n thony Fis- c h e tte, W illiam H a tsell, Jam e s , H a r t, R o b e rt H n u s m a n , W h itney cham ,. W illiam M cM illin, P e ter M inutolo, Lloyd P a r k e r , G e o rge Q u inlin, F r a n k ©Satta, A rnold Synesael, C a r l T r u in i, B e r n a r d V a n d e rbrook, R ich a r d W olfe. a tte n d a n c e a t th e a n n u a l m e e t- ____________ ____ ______ _____ gested c u ts w o u ld no t h a v e to ijh® t b e H e w Y o ik S t a te E lec- | F o o tb a ll M a n a g e rs—©William be m a d e , tout all' th e s e a m e n j - C tp m issio p e r s . A ssociation vickei-y an d A r t h u r P h e lp s , defeated hv the be.1* T u e s d a y , iQpnunis- defeated by thp sioner Syron h a d ju s t retu r n e d from a sojourn in S t. Petersburg, Florida,' aiid he- told me th a t these six fOQt snow banks did 'n o t look very good to him . He atte n d e d th e M o n d a y n i g h t ses­ sion of the Assembly, o- m e n ts w e re defeate d by th e sam e vote. As soon as the bills had passed th e Assembly, they were se n t over to th e S e n a te w h e re th e y all passed by a full, p a r ty vote of 27 m em b e rs, one more th a n th e required, num b e r. Don,’t bike C e n sus T h e L e g islature sen t to Con-, gress on T h u r s d a y a ' asking elim ination of \personal questions” in the 1940 census; and urging abolition o f the p e n ­ alty w h ich th e law w o u ld im- pose© on persons refusing -to i answ e r th e q u e s tio n s ,. 1 B ills changing, t h e 1940 regis­ tratio n d a y s were introduced. F riday in b o th th e S e n a te and Assembly. B o th bills w ere in tro - I diiced by New Y o rk m e m b e rs l who sta te d th a t the ock -iN s p e a k e r H a s F i n e R e c o r d <)f 15 Y e a r s * a® C o a c h E. B. 1 Speed ' W ilson, head football a n d b a s k e tb a ll coach a t H o b a r t College, who wili be m a in speaker a t th e Block-N b 'a n q u e t n e x t Tuesday evening, , h a s a 15-year record a s a sue- ch a n g e s .ee.-sftil coach, but .is also well- B©aseball B rucp (Babcock, Joe ©Braniante, G e o rge Crowley, A n thony -Com - 1 ella, Ra}p)i\’' D eJolm , A n thony F isch e tte, W illiam H a ts e ll, Ja m e s H a r t, -diaries' H a u s m a n , Jr., Jam e s -M a ine, A n thony MUs*' colino, W illiam P o r ter, G e o rge Q u inlin, H a rold V a n d e M o rtel, rth.ur- E l.ie-l.p.s.-aiid -*-Phot<F l*y ©Brio’s MRS. EiD IIH M OTT Q u e e n W i l h e l m i n a , R o o s e v e l t t o G i v e Q u e e n W ilhelm ina of - t h e N e therlands a n d - P r e s id e n t Roosevelt w ilt address r a d io a u F i r s t Newark, w o m a n to r e - : ceive© th e honor. M rs. E d ith M o tt, Senior R e g e n t of N e w a rk C h a p - ' ©ter 596, W o m en of th e Moose, will receive, t h e F r ien d s h ip , De­ gree a t a district conference of the Loyal' O rder of th e Moose a n d W o m e n of th e Moose in ©Rochester th is w e e k -end. M rs. ©Mott has beep active iri th e idea} group, f o r th e p a s t 15 ©years an d is a t p r e s e n t serving h e r ©third term as Senior R e g e n t, S h e will receive h e r new degree follow ing a. F rien d s h ip B r e a k ­ fast. Sunday m o rning, a t th e ©Sagamore Hotel a t w h ich K a t h ­ erine S m ith of W -ashingidii, G r e a t • R e c o rder o f th e , W o m en of th e Moose will be guest o f horior. In ad d itio n M rs. M o tt will ©present a class of N e w a rk ca n d id a te s for in it i a t i o n into th e W o m e n o f th e Mppse a t nieeting in th e ©same h o tel F r i ­ day n ig h t. H o n . Jam e s D avis, Suprem e D ictato r of th e M oose, will be A ^ A b 4 ? r - m e * ces tto w g h o h t i h e w o rld o n o f h o n o r aiffi-speaker a t R ich,aid Kt.ebbecks, A i f i e d , K e t - |a Wortd peace p r o g r a m sta r t i n g ft conference b a n q u e t a t to d at 2 p. iii; S a tu r d a y in cQ flfleo. g a g u m o r e Hotel o n F r iday nig h t. tion w ith t h e convocation o f t h e Foreign M issions C o n ference o f N o rth A m e rica a t H o tel W a l­ dorf-A s toria in New Y o rk City. T h e h e a d s of t h e tw o n a ti o n s will join w ith several prom inent. P r o te s tan t churchm en. a n d w o rld leaders in th e U n ited, p lates o n an h o u r a n d o n e - h a l t program to be b r o a d c a s t ' o v e r th e m a jo r netw o rks in appeals, for peace th r o u g h o u t th e . w o rld, : M a r ian A n d e rson, fam o u s contralto, an d choirs o f th e W e s tm inster School a t Prince ton. are proposed, because of the , k n o w n as a business, m a n . Jew ish holidays w h ich will fall vVilson, who g r a d u a ted from 011 O c tober 11 and 12 conflicting ' D e n ison U n iversity in 1918 a f t- . | wh h th e registration d a y s * a s cr sta r r in g in basketball, base- pUhn,- w - H a - l nQW flxod b y law T]lf' bills 1 ball, an d teiujis. m a d e his ' ■ © w ould fix .the dates for New ! n a m e jn footbgll ian d th e nick­ nam e of \S p e e d \ ' -ih th e U. S. f . i b m ©A.ihi.tm Porter.. W a lton York City as O c tober 7, 8 , 9, 10. 1 George B u rm , J o h n ii meis. R o e land. A n - i m n o . John.- CHI, K a r l I aw rence W eykm an, VanNurm an, ft’iVph D e John. .lames H a rt. R-> >err Denre. A rthur P h ilip Harold N a than High School Notes G a iT e t't Sm ith, T rack B ruce 'B ibcock, Joe Bram a n t-e, N e lson ‘ Dey. S t u a r t P e r k ins, A n thony 'M u scolino,' R o b e r t ■Robinson, I r a W h itbeck. R ich-, a r d K rebbecks. G o rdon S a n toro, M a n a g e r —©George Crowly. B a s k e tball B ruce Babcock, Joe B r a n ia n te, W illiam H a tsell, Jam e s H a r t, R ichard K rebbecks. R a y m o n d Lyon. G e o rge Q u inlin. H a rold V a n d e M o rtel. M a n a g e r - R i c h ­ ard ©Chase. F o o tball J-V ’s Jo h n Celestino. Jo e F r e d e r ­ icks, F r a n k Frederico. C h a rles Jo h n s . Paul M e rriarn. W illiam ©and th e Tuskegee In s t i tu t e in A labam a , an d possibly a D u tch choir from th e H a g u e, wili sing chi .the program . ------- ■-— 0 ------ Men© show th e i r c h a r a c te r in nothing more eleariy th a n in w h a t th e y consider laughable.— Goethe. U $30 to $300 ^ 20 months to-repay To re* establish, yoiir credit consolidate debts, h a v e only one place to nay. — com e i n — phone — w rite. LOANS OH HOUSEHOMR QOODS CO-M AREB AND ARTOS—NO INSURANCE REQUIRED 31 Seneca St. O v tr R e ilfy’s D ry G o o d s Store 2nd. Boqjr Tel, 2334‘ \ G e n eva, N. Y. LOANS ©MADE. IN NEARBY TOWN'S BPP® T lie U n ion-G a z e tte has a r ­ ran g e d w ith th e Office© o f I n f o r ­ m a tio n o f th e New Y o r k S t a te College of A g riculture and© H o m e Econom ics to answ e r questions ab o u t problem s of farm and hom e . If you enclose a se lf - a d ­ dressed, stam p e d envelope, and m e n tion th e n a m e of t h is paper., you will receive a direct reply to your query from t h e colleges. Do n o t ask m o re th a n one question in one le tte r or on one post card. Y O U R T E A € W £ R K N O W S B E S T ! Growing, boys an d girls, in,,school o r out, lead active lives. And. th e ir bodies m u s t tj? able to stand' the stra in of cqn- s t a n t activity. T h a t's, one of th e reasons w h y tea c h e r s alw a y s advise drinking m ilk w ith every meal. T h e y know th a t m ilk h a s all the' elem e n ts needed to build resistance .to w in ter ills, i n addition to b u ild in g strong bodies. F in d ' ©out about City D a iry M ilk today! CITV BVIVIY Phone 26 ■ © P o o r L i t t l e S K I N N Y C H I L D R E N lo o k so linn}. really o a n ’t u e t all tliv> fu u th e y should. F o r those I ch ild r e n w h o need , tfli* V itam in B j < om itlox a n d Iron of YIiiol U> stin t- j u ln te th e ir ap p e tites, \ In.pi h h s hccn I found h e lp f u l 1»>* motherM e v e r y - j .w h e r e . A t y o u r (Inter sto r e . t D O N ’T B E S h o r t ! H Q C h e c k Y o u r Bin N O W ! i i t o x F M H E M A X ♦ PHONE 3 7 ♦ P R I C E & S C H I L T Z T w r j j . Utah pupils a r e to be ■ it'd un th e i r otoe- • : he recent \Be Quiet\ -’© q u iet w a s requested© .'© hearing tests were ■ducted at -the school -©-id Tuesday and the proved th a t we actu - br quiet. 14 and. 15; in cities an d villages [ Army. G o ing to Y r a n c e w ith th e ;'R lch 5000, pr m o re p o p u latio n .^ 74 th A rtillery in 1918, h e served 1 O h o w r'lR -'lO : an d 18 a n d ID; q u a r terb a c k a n d in his ini- I n u m a . a 1 and in all o t h e r com m u n ities tial eoaching^capacity with^ his E a l K S j y - 4 U K e C O r C I O c tober 10 a n d 19. | b a tt e r y team , w h ich won th e I Fair Commission Extended .re g im e n tal cham p ionship, , (C o n tinued fyom Page Five) T h e L e g islature extended 011 , A fter th e w a r he w e n t i n t o . E lks 31, R e n a issance 42 T h u rsday, to M a rch 1. 1941, the , 4 b e foreign s e r \ :ce of. the. N a - j E lks 50, Buffalo G O P 37 life-of th e tem p o rary Coinm-ls- ; tio n a l City Bank, c i New York 'E lk s 3. A n ierks 0 © forfeit' sion for the p a r ticip a tio n by th e a n d Wa s seiit to Cuba, w h e re h e 1 E lks 46, A lbany 32 sta te in the New Y o rk W o rld’s | macje a success as a business 1 E lks 52, S y racuse 5.7 m a n . In 1920 Iv becam e coach |Elk-s 44. S y racuse 41 . Of Lake F o rest Academ y to II- j E lks 38, Chi. C rusaders 40 linois. an d th a t year h a d u n - Elks 31, Aki-on 33 toeaten-team s in all s m r i .s . From -r Edcs. M iners 45 t*h £ Y - - mm raWrvSki . 1 Fair. T h e Com m ission consists of tw e n ty-tw o m e m b e rs who serve w ithout pay. A m o n g th e m a n -v bills th a t were presented d u r in g the p r e ­ sent week to S e n a te an d Assem­ bly are; those th a t w o u jd tax 1920 to 1927 he engaged in busi- W . E ldredge 36 ness, t h e n w as called a s a th letic I EIks ,51> S a t a n s 31. autom o b ile hone v i r d s ffom S25 1 d l r 6 Ct ° r . D e fiance. 41 s a n t a n s 36 to SSO acco d n c to cafm c itw ! COlle?e 111 ° hl° ' ? h e ‘'e \ t<?©ro'S (Elks 38, S e a g r a m s 37 to $50 acc o td in g to cap a c ity , won s lx o u t 0 f n m e p o ssible E lk - q discontinue prim a r y elections in I cham p ionships in th r e e years. I _f. s 5- ’ ..ex ' R a 9 KPls ,3.9 . \»i> w o r k g i r l s : Tin Senior girls received $56 «\ the W a s h ington T r if i.F u n d ©i < Irrking\ a t C h a f f e e ’s u Saturday. T h is brings tlie ■ml up tn a final g r a n d - to tal 1 *1.CO. OK BEFORE y o u l e a p Tnvi-f-'it be a h o t tim e in the \’ m Friday n ig h t” . The Ag : Homemaking p a t t y will be ■ii.i-tve-s from 7730©u n til 11:30 ©’- Th*.-, being leap year, the ure paying fox th e .party. ■' B©al Bras, B a n d from Lynns ■ provide rh y th m for the -ir- -fts 'WARE!- ---------------- h'; Krawen is coining •-‘day, according to ©ir.nit out an- 'f l! V.N’GE ASSEMBLY SET M lvs Qqiri is t©aking, a n ex - li.ingf a ssem b ly gro u p to S o ­ ns High Friday for a p r o ­ em there a t . 2;30 p . m. k it IANS PRESS REH E A R ­ SALS ■end. sax q u a r e t and glee :© practictog diligently f W ayne C o u n ty M u sic ©I to be h e ld M a y 10 at 'Rl THE AISLES l\©\'©k, n - h e a r t e d boys (? ) go fottv TWdiey, fo r eonsolafcion- i?itc now it’s “R a t ” Pulver ©l i s hopeless to try and \rlene. Bob D e n ce, ’cause *ttdy-goes- ©with Bill Ed* ‘ ©Bill H a tsell, it s e e m s hi--bed w ith .the H i-Schpol .■©.id now is in terested in ©■- © S tate (of its co - e d s ) . . . ■ ©GarloeR h a s D ick C h a s e \.'t'-ci up for W a s h ington\. th a t th e m ixed crow d L'i©a©hpr’s F r iday .n-Ite h a d a ©•■©id *ime! d istricts w h ic h have 110 con-, tests; ahoiish© the M e d iation and© A rbitration B u reau in the S ta te Labor D e p a r tm e n t; p r o h ibit m a n u facture, sale, or serving of ad u ltera ted m isbranded foods; extending until M a rch 1, 1945, the sta te 's soeial w e lfare stu d y of-consolidation o f th e charities and public w e lfare law ; p e r m it beer w h o lesalers licensed from July 1, 1938, to engage in any o th e r business 011 licensed prem ises; pro h ib it persons liv­ ing . in trailers solely as living quarters from ob tain in g relief; com p u lsory autom o b ile in s tir- 'aiice; establishing a board©, of motor, yehiftie © insurance,hi the S ta te In s u r a n c e D e p a r tm e n t; m a k ing valid an y provision of- a co n tr a c t betw een a labor' union and an em p loyer in w h ic h the p a r ties agree to settle by arb i­ tratio n ; perm it th e legislative bodies o |- c itfe s ; o f five hundred- th o u s a n d ah©d'dver by ordinance to require inspection of m o to r vehicles in c ludjpg p a r t s and appliances; the licensing o f poultry dealers; w o u ld m a k e it. necessary to display lig h ts .o n snow plows an d san d in g tru c k s ; i would allow the restric tin g o f speed on county an d town roads; a n d abolish th e Alcoholic B e v erage Control* B o a rds t o Erie County a n d New Mork City. A d journm e n t in S ight W h en it becam e ju s t about a c e r tain ty th a t th e budget w o rk­ ed o u t by th e R e p u b licans, and w h ich cu t alm o st five an d a half- m illions from th e G o v e rnor's proposal Would be passed th is week, every one perked u p and ; b o th houses seemed, to tak e on new life, for it did ©not t a k e a telescope-for ©the .m e m b e rs t o an a d jo u r n m e n t alm o st, in sight. T h e comm ittees, got busy a t once on bills th a t were lay in g j in th e i r books an d m o re legis­ lation w a s e it h e r reported fav- ©| Drably o r killed, by these com-, m ittees . ©during Tuesday ahd W ednesday than© a t any© o th e r tim e during 1 the- n ine weeks o f the, 1940 session. W h ile th e ©Speaker has no t yet set a date -for the ad jo u r n m e n t, everyone Seems g r e a tly encouraged an d it does l’obk as© i f ©wo m ig h t b e able to r i n g t h e ©curtain dow n d u iih g the iast w eek in M a rch. In 1930 lie retu r n e d to Lake 1 Elks 45. House o f D avid 48 F o rest as ath letic director and 3d© S e a g ram s 31 h is clubs, w o rf '80. per cen t of I Edcs A m e rks 39 th e ir gam e s in th e n e x t four Seae r a m s 37 years. He cam e to H o b a r t ln i ^ i h 5 34, S e a g ram s 43 1934, w h e re h e h a s a record, to t fo o tb a ll o f 25 gam e s won, 12 lost, a n d four tied, an d in b a s - 1 ketball© of 36 victories an d 40 ; defeats. 1 -------- -0 ------------- M e n tal pleasures nevei© clog; —unlike those o f th e body, th e y are. increased by repetition, a p ­ proved of by reflection, an d stre n g th e n e d ' by enjoym e n t — ©Colton. * 795 T o tals . — o - 738 GLOVES SET COLOR SCHEME A new m ove in th e . fash io n realm is t h a t o f b r i g h t gloves th a t sound th e key color fo r th e re s t of th e accessories. E spe- | eially effective is th i s color tre a t m e n t w h en, gloves' m a t c h th e color o f th e enam e l flower n e c k lace Worn'. S H O W I N G o f S p r in g S P O R f l IN TIMI FOR WASHINGTON.. BOUND. SENIORS 3 . 4 5 T a n & W h ite -- * B lack W h ite Q. Blue & W h ite Beige W hite I *9 8 a n d CORRECTION. iv the W ayne Court has 1 ' L'onsolidatect , ‘svith ; the 1 C hristina Court, Order, ©pf ‘n>h, ai\d h o t th e courts , _______ . ... . '\'©■cral a r e a cou n ties its. ©was T h e 4nH- clubs of© the sta te ^rmd jn 'l f o t W eek's papex.. ’he©ld.a convention a t th e W et- AIAIN FLOOR HAVE just re­ ceived a new shipment of smart sport styles that are ideal for immediate and spring wear I A fortunate purchase enables us to offer these shoes at unusually low prices. Some as low as $1.98. y j SHOE DEFT.' Ab'j-ve is the B u i c k S p i c i a i , 4-door tou r in g set l a lt £«MMS* rTpm- Ki. arc a lot o f things about | I th is stunQjng- 1940 Buick to / claim your atteotion — that is, if ( you really uant to. know what's f what in motorcars- For instance, you’ve got to admit that its stylo has. done a©Jot- to. brighten up and beautify tlie boulevards. And, from the way folks arc swinging over to Buick, it must have something rd/nr-w ise that's iip^ortant for you to measure. What you hear, about its quick-olf- the-mark engine and thc silkinpssit gets from bal­ ancing after assembly cer­ tainly calls for-lnquiry. a t ,1 c i t V U f f n u r p o i So do, the rave notices BuiGoil Springing gets and the talk you hear ' about fiYC-foot front s e a t room, in t h c S u p Kit aird its Foa-mtev enshions soft as a down ©puff. But skipping this —even skipping the faet that Buick’s prices are lower than some sixes there’s oiie thing that alone is enough to tend you hot-footing to your Buick dealer. That’s the obyious fact that as Buick goes these days so goes the industry. It set this year’s pace last year—and right noxv it is plainly the car others will be like\ •‘some day.” , So \do the obvious thing. Go try out this superb traveler. Even if you don’t discover that Buick is an jmmediate“ must,” you’ll decide you’ll never be really happy till -you have one. 11011 lies 1 d A . n itcs tclXCS state dii « :hi- •fli! h d l tio>“ 0j d-nyb »r ■ w n c n tdn e cess'd' at Prie ■ics ■ sit c h d n ^ iio tietr h'h't i t r e d . t to hr, lit VVH5N BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUtlT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM ,g.W»|^©«V©S'/©a '© -S.-©?j!©©i^.!f©©-:i^i©©K CURTIS C. SCOFIELD Newark, N. Y. 226 East Union Street

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